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Amitabha/Amitayus preaching in Sukhavati Paradise

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Country: India
Site Name: Mohammed Nari
Monument: relief sculpture with Amitabha/Amitayus in Sukhavati Paradise
Subject of Photo: Amitabha/Amitayus preaching in Sukhavati Paradise
Photo Orientation: front, overview

Related Archive items:

Iconography: Amitabha
Gestures: dharmacakra mudra (teaching gesture), padma (lotus), naga(s) (water serpent), chattra (umbrella)
Dynasty/Period: Kusana
Date: ca. mid-first to mid-third century CE, 50 CE - 250 CE

Material: grey schist
Dimensions: H - 117.00 cm
Current Location: Central Archaeological Museum, Lahore, Pakistan

Copyright Holder: Huntington, John C. and Susan L.
Photo Year: 1969
Scan Number: 0009649